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Dance recital, 6:00 pm, Chester Fritz Auditorium
Fun educational care continues for children 2-5 during the summer months. Active summer program for children 5-12. Activities include: Exploring the UND Campus, Off campus fild trips, themes that focus on arts & crafts, cooking kids creative presentations.
Dance recital, 6:30 pm, Chester Fritz Auditorium
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of North Dakota is a vibrant learning community of adults 50 years and better who want to continue their lifetime of learning with programs rich in content, shared interests, and life experience. These programs are purely for enjoyment — no tests, or grades — just the chance to join your peers in the joy of learning and the many benefits it brings.
Girls State is a mythical state in which participants will be provided the opportunity to "learn by doing" and to gain knowledge of our government and political system on the city, county and state level. The week will end with an inauguration and commencement.
The University of North Dakota's summer registration program for all new first year students entering UND in the fall of 2010. This program offers you many advantages for arranging your fall semester class schedule. You will have the individual attention of an advisor in discussing your academic concerns and choices.
INMED provides summer academic enrichment programs with a focus on health careers from the junior high through the medical school level. The programs are six weeks in length. INMED will fund travel, room and board, and educational expenses. The application deadline is March 31.
The INPSYDE Program Summer Institute is a two week enrichment program for Native American Junior and Senior High School Students, who are interested in pursuing a degree in psychology related disciplines. The Summer Institute is designed to help students develop strong academic foundations in psychology and science which are vital to success in college behavioral science and psychology courses.